A/Prof. Andrew Drinnan

Research interests

Plant development, morphology, anatomy, architecture and evolution

I investigate the morphology and development of plants to model of plant architecture and evolution. Projects are available on all groups from liverworts to flowering plants. You will gain a wide range of core botanical knowledge and skills, including plant diversity and relationships, plant anatomy and developmental morphology, plant evolution, and microscopy techniques.

  • Development and evolution of non-flowering land plants
  • Floral development
  • Plant anatomy and morphology
  • Palaeobotany and the study of fossil plants

Research projects

  • Projects are available on all groups from liverworts to flowering plants

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